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Research networks tackling antimicrobial resistance offered £3m


The research and innovation community are invited to help tackle one of humanity’s biggest threats, antimicrobial resistance (AMR).

The research and innovation community are invited to help tackle one of humanity’s biggest threats, antimicrobial resistance (AMR).

The funding will help to set up new, or build on existing cross-disciplinary networks to:

  • develop new approaches to tackling AMR

  • take a comprehensive approach, including culture, economics, behaviour, biomedical and physical sciences, design and engineering, environmental sciences and more

It’s all part of UK Research and Innovation’s (UKRI) tackling infections strategic theme. Researchers, policy-makers and business leaders can all play a part from across the research and innovation community, including:

  • social sciences and humanities

  • biotechnology

  • agriculture and food

  • tech and design

  • environment and engineering

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